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2015 Hunting Season: Stay Safe out There

by Joshua Susco | August 26th, 2015

Each year, there are a number of personal injury hunting accidents that could have been prevented with the right safety measures in place. Like tennis or skiing, hunting is also a sport and should be an enjoyable pastime or competitive event. For Connecticut residents wishing to reduce their risk of personal injury during the hunting […]

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New Alcohol Laws in Connecticut

by Carter Mario | August 24th, 2015

New Connecticut laws have gone into effect that generally increase access by the citizens of the state to alcoholic beverages. However, one new law will actually have the effect of countering federal legislation. The laws will affect the following issues: •The hours during which the sale of alcoholic products are allowed •The locations where alcoholic […]

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Power Saw Safety Tips

by Carter Mario | August 19th, 2015

In our opinion, Connecticut is one of the most beautiful places in the United States to live. The diverse landscape is full of peaks and valleys, waterways and lakes, and a marvelous display of temperate broadleaf and mixed forests. To keep not only our landscape but our neighborhoods beautiful, it is often necessary to enlist the […]

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Connecticut Teen Drivers Among the Nation’s Safest

by Carter Mario | August 17th, 2015

Life has many defining moments, and who could refute that the day you first received your driver’s license is among them? That small card is a teen rite of passage that is anxiously anticipated with promises of not only mobility but untethered freedom and adventure. They grow up far too fast, don’t they? Many parents aren’t as […]

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What to do After a Car Accident

by Carter Mario | August 12th, 2015

No one wants to be involved in a car accident. The physical damage to both you and your vehicle, as well as the potential cost of medical bills and automobile repairs are enough to to cause anyone’s stress level to skyrocket. We all know about exchanging insurance cards and calling the police if you have […]

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Bear Attacks In Connecticut

by Carter Mario | August 10th, 2015

Black bear sightings are common in Connecticut especially for hikers and campers. These bears have been known to also wander into residential areas and neighborhoods at times. Carter Mario wants to ensure you are informed to prevent personal injury to Connecticut’s human and bear residents alike.   Recent Encounters On June 25, there were two […]

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A Second Chance for Connecticut Youths

by Carter Mario | August 5th, 2015

Quite often we describe our children as the future of our society. While we try our best to raise our children to be good, caring, happy people that contribute to society, sometimes it doesn’t turn out like we hoped. There are points in time where our youths can stray from the path that we all […]

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Connecticut Gun Safety

by Carter Mario | August 3rd, 2015

Connecticut’s Strict Gun Law Linked To Homicide Drop A study of Connecticut gun laws has shown a connection with a significantly lower rate of homicide. As personal injury lawyers concerned with public safety and the well-being of all residents, Carter Mario Injury Lawyers welcomes the report of many lives saved because of fewer incidents of handgun […]

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New Connecticut Law Focuses on Women Veterans

by Andrew Bottinick | July 29th, 2015

Women who served in the military are not exactly in the same situations when they leave service as the men who have also served, as their particular assistance needs after exiting service is normally connected to returning to traditional family roles and responsibilities. Military careers can take a significant toll on female soldiers, and women […]

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Potential Fishing Law Changes in Connecticut

by Carter Mario | July 27th, 2015

Just about every family has someone who enjoys fishing. Whether it is someone who takes a trip deep into the wilderness or just heads down to the local pond or river, there are plenty of avid fishermen and women. While this can be a fun relaxing activity, fishing plays a large part in the United […]

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